Billing Rights Summary
In case of error or inquiries about your bill, send your inquiry in writing on a
separate sheet so that the University receives it within 60 days after the bill
was mailed to you. Your written inquiry must include:
- Your name and account number;
- A description of the error and why (to the extent that you can explain) you
believe it is in error, or If you need more information, a description of the item
you are unsure about; and
- The dollar amount of the suspected error.
You remain obligated to pay the items of your bill not in dispute, but you do
not have to pay any amount in dispute during the time the University is
resolving the dispute. During that same time, the University may not take any
action to collect disputed amounts or report disputed amounts as past due.
Accounts in Delinquent Status
- Registration, transcripts, and the release of diplomas will be prohibited.
- The University will pursue collection action and may authorize legal action to
affect the settlement of an account. You will be liable for all reasonable
collection costs including attorney fees and other charges, which are
necessary for the collection of a past due amount.
Public University Tuition Statement Act, 110 ILCS 63/10
For fiscal year 2012, the General Assembly and the Governor authorized the aggregate amount of $1.3 billion
to be appropriated from the General Revenue Fund and the Education Assistance Fund for operation of the
State's public universities. For fiscal year 2012, each resident undergraduate full-time public university student
received an average tuition subsidy of $3,820 from the State of Illinois, which was applied to offset the full cost
Terms of Payment
Student account balances are expected to be paid in full by the due date. These charges, in accordance with University of Illinois Policy, apply to all customers billed through the Student Accounts Receivable system, and are subject to a LATE PAYMENT CHARGE of $1.00 or 1.5%, whichever is greater, per month on any amount not paid when due. Such accounts will also be assessed a PAST DUE charge of $2.00 per month IN ADDITION to the LATE PAYMENT CHARGE.
Student Loan Recipients
You have the right to cancel all or part of any student loan funds credited to
your account. The Office of Student Financial Aid must be informed of your
wish to reduce or cancel these loans within 14 days of receipt of this
statement. These funds have been used to pay your current financial
obligation to the University of Illinois. Please be aware that if you request a
reduction or cancellation of these loans, you will be required to submit
payment for any institutional charges previously paid by the loans. For more
UIC: 312-996-3126 UIS: 217-206-6724 UIUC: 217-333-0100
Financial Aid Refunds
Financial aid in excess of the charges on your statement will be applied toward any other outstanding charges for the current academic year, up to $200. If these financial aid funds, in addition to any payments made by you or on your behalf, exceed your University charges, USFSCO will process a refund to you via direct deposit.